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Calf crop
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United States -- Crop Reporting Board
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board
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Washington, D.C
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Initial report for each year published in July, updated in Feb.; e.g. initial report for 1968 issued July 24, 1968, upated with Feb. 20, 1969 release.
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"Statistical Reporting Service, MtAn 2-2."

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CALF CROP 1962 "

February 20, 1963

CALF CRMP UP 3 PERCENT
The 1962 calf crop for the United States was 41,026,000 head--3 percent more
than the 1961 calf crop of 40,019,000 head and the fourth consecutive year of in-
crease, according to the Crop Reporting Board.

The increased calf crop in 1962, compared with the previous year, was largely
the result of the larger number of cows and heifers on farms, There were 47,472,000
head of cows and heifers 2 years old and older January 1, 1962, compared with
46,463,000 head the same date for 1961. By January 1, 1963, the number had in-
creased to 48,690,000 head.

The number of calves born in 1962 expressed as a percent of the cows and
heifers 2 years old and older January 1, 1962 was 86 percent, the same as a year
earlier. This percentage is not strictly a calving rate because the January 1 in-
ventory of cows and heifers 2 years old and over does not include all heifers that
gave birth to calves during the year and includes some cows that died or were
slaughtered before calving. This percentage is calculated to show trend in produc-
tivity over a period of time and may fluctuate from year to year because of varia-
tion in cow slaughter and trends in breeding herd replacement.

NORTH CENTRAL STATES
Most States in this region had larger calf crops in 1962 than in the previous
year. Kansas showed the greatest increase for this region--up 7 percent. Other
increases were: Wisconsin, Missouri, South Dakota, and Nebraska each up 2 percent;
and Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, and North Dakota each 1 percent higher. Ohio and
Minnesota were up slightly from 1961, but Indiana was down 1 percent.
SOUTHERN STATES
In the South Atlantic Region, 6 States had larger calf crops in 1962 than in
1961. Florida showed the greatest increase in this region, Delaware was unchanged
from a year earlier, and the Maryland calf crop declined 3 percent.
The South Central States had larger calf crops than in 1961, except Mississip-
pi, which was unchanged. Kentucky and Oklahoma, eacu with a 6 percent increase
showed the largest gains, followed by Texas and Tennessee, each up 5 percent from
the previous year.
WESTERN STATES
In 1962, all Western States had larger calf crops than in the previous year.
Utah had the greatest gain for this region--up 6 percent. New Mexico and Arizona
were up 5 percent; and Colorado, Idaho, and Washington each increased 4 percent.
NORTH ATLANTIC STATES
New York, the major cattle State in this region, had a 2 percent larger calf
crop in 1962. The calf crop in Pennsylvania, the second State in importance, in-
creased 1 percent, while in third ranking, Vermont declined 1 percent.

Estimates for Alaska and Hawaii included in the
United States total beginning with 1961. I


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board
MtAn 2-2 (2-63) Washington, D. C.






Cows and heifers
2 yrs. & older
January 1
5-year :
average : 1961 :
1956-60 : *


Calf crop: 1961 and 1962
:Calves born as percent:
:of cows and heifers 2 :
:yrs. & older Januarvlli


State


5-year :
average: 1961 :
1956-60:


1962 :
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1956-60 : :


1962


: 1,00 head Percent. 1,00uu ead
Maine : 121 1 15 115 83 84 83 101 97 95
N.H. 66 61 61 83 87 87 54 53 53
Vt. : 304 291 291 83 86 85 253 250 247
Mass. 112 106 103 81 82 83 91 87 85
R.I. 17 15 15 79 82 82 14 12 12
Conn. 109 102 96 80 80 81 88 82 78
N.Y. 1,464 1,433 1,439 85 84 85 1,245 1,204 1,223
N.J. 152 143 141 780 81 121 114 114
Pa. : 1,092 1,082 1,088 6 87 87 935 941 947
Ohio 1,O 06 1,025 1,014 b6 85 8b 930 871 872
Ind. : 882 823 825 87 88 87 771 724 718
Ill. : 1,392 1,316 1,324 88 88 8 1,222 1,158 1,16
Mich. : 894 815 821 84 87 87 748 709 714
Wis. 2,590 2,525 2,537 90 90 91 2,336 2,272 2,309
Minn. : 1,791 1,777 1,818 89 90 88 1,598 1,599 1,600
Iowa :1,970 1,929 1,953 93 91 1 1,828 1,755 1,777
Mo. 1,853 1,878 1,943 90 90 89 1,660 1,690 1,729
N.Dak. 974 963 983 89 92 91 862 886 895
S.Dak. 1,545 1,561 1,597 90 93 93 1,386 1,452 1, 5
Nebr. : 1,830 1,885 1,919- 90 91 91 1,660 1,714 1,746
Kans. : 1,584 1,640 1,761; 88 90 90 1,394 1,476 1,585
Del. 3 3 32 7 820 26 26
Md. 286 281 280 84 5 83 240 239 2 2
Va. 751 766 78 84 85 84 627 651 62
W.Va. : 315 300 304 83 85 85 26 255 25
N.C. : 535 499 505 78 78 78 417 389 394
S.C. : 321 297 302 77 8 78 246 232 236
Ga. 785 741 766 0 81 0 625 600 613
Fla. : 991 912 942 66 68 72 652 620 678
Ky. 1,033 1,111 1,177 0 0 90 31 1,000 1,059
Tenn. 1,015 1,047 1,110 8 7 79 921 9
Ala. 960 931 951 81 81 7 754 770
Miss. 1,328 1,214 1,214 75 76 76 991 923 923
Ark. 836 803 803 80 79 81 666 64 650
La. : 1,144 1,18 1,122 8 78 78 890 864 875
Okla. : 1,628 1,76 1,886 5 6 5 1,390 1,518 1,603
Texas : 4,624 4,984 5,100 85 83 85 3,921 4,137 4,35
Mont. : 1,194 1,214 1,222 91 9 1,077 1,105 1,112
Idaho 597 608 641 34 55 577
Wyo. 564 577 581 88 497 508 511
Colo. 86 92 942 88 90 776 86
N.Mex. 663 67 712 84 84 84 554 568 598
Ariz. 414 391 420 77 81 79 317 317 332
Utah 353 362 378 8 8 86 302 308 325
Nev. : 2 290 286 7 78 80 226 226 229
Wash. 533 566 589 90 466 509 30
Oreg. 6 732 742 86 6 86 602 3 638
Calif. 1,742 1,750 1.739 87 86 88 1,509 1,505 1,530
48 Sts. 46,337 46,370 47,37 86 86 86 39686 39,954 40,960
Alaska --- 4.2 4.6 --- 83 --- 3.5 3.7
awaii -\ 89 89 --- 69 70 61 62
U.S. --- 46,43 47,472 --- 86 86 --- 40,019 41,026
Y Not strictly a calving rate. Figure represents calves born expressed as percent-
age of the number of cows and heifers 2 ycars old and over on farms and ranches Janu-
ary 1.


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